The council took very little time at its June 13 meeting to approve an overall city budget for fiscal year 2019-2020 of about $47 million with a general fund budget of a little more than $13.6 million.
The City of Sanger is going to get $4 million from the state to help with much needed water projects.
State Senator Melissa Hurtado (D-Sanger) is pleased to announce a $15 million one-time investment of General Funds for the southern Central Valley. The funds will address failing water systems that deliver safe clean drinking water to California’s most vulnerable communities.
The seventh annual Evan “Shoot” Medina Memorial Basketball Tournament returns to Sanger on June 29.
Jalen Cropper wore his jersey but not his other gear at the City County All-Star Football Game on June 14 at Deran Koligian Stadium.
Sanger police Sgt. Jason Boust made a prediction the night before the inaugural Guns & Hoses Battle of the Badges Softball Game.
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Emma Lynch joined the cast of the Blossom Trail Players’ “Beauty and the Beast” already quite familiar with the production.
Flush with certificates from their eighth-grade promotion and done with all the pomp and seriousness of the ceremony, Sanger Academy Charter School students paused their congratulatory hugs and cheers.